In 2008, 85 Australian laws were changed to remove discrimination against LGBTIQ people. They were also given civil registers in five states. However, we are now in a revolution where the battle over the understanding of marriage is a tipping point.
This revolution is not good. It’s releasing a spirit of fear, intimidation and false accusations across the nation. What we are experiencing is an outcome of a 20-year homosexual strategy that his five major steps: 1) Request for tolerance, 2) Demand acceptance, 3) Celebrate homosexuality, 4) Force participation, and finally 5) Punish anyone who disagrees.
This is why some 90% of nations have rejected the homosexual revolution. This is why there are marches in the streets of France and Mexico where hundreds of thousands have stood up for true marriage as between a man and a woman. This is why people of faith across our nation are resolving to stand together in agreement with God and Jesus’ definition of marriage as found in Matthew 19:4-5.
Same Sex Marriage is not a simple issue. It is a key part of an overall homosexual agenda that has very serious consequences that include attacking Freedom of speech and Freedom of association – as occurred at the Mercure Hotel in Sydney a week ago. Overseas experience in the UK, Canada, the US and now our own Victoria are providing ample forewarning that we must be fully aware of very serious consequences that come with a fundamental change to the family as the basis of society.
Australian people, not lobbied politicians, should decide on marriage.
We in turn must do all we can to help churches, believers and the general public understand the seriousness of the consequences including: children having a mum and a dad whenever possible, the indoctrination of children with fluid gender ideology, loss of freedoms that we went to war to defend, risks to job security, court appearances, fines and even jail for dissenters from LGBTIQ politically correct agenda. The warnings are before us.